The USAID Safe Migration in Central Asia activity in partnership with six Kazakh NGOs launched a series of Smart Navigator trainings in six regions of Kazakhstan. Smart Navigator, first developed by World Vision for South Asia, is designed to educate youth to be aware how to avoid being lured into human trafficking and if considering to migrate, how to do so safely. The Kazakh NGO partners first helped to adapt the training for Central Asia and then their representatives piloted the training program to 176 students (ages 15-16) in six different colleges. During the four-month program trainers introduced the interactive modules which incorporated critical thinking skills, understanding the rights of migrants, gender aspects of migration, solution-driven approaches, communication, and other skills aimed to empower youth and at-risk populations with knowledge to better protect themselves. The pre- and post-tests have shown a significant increase in the students’ understanding of both migration issues and human trafficking.